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Subject: Needletails
From: "simon starr" <>
Date: Wed, 1 Jan 1997 00:27:04 +1100
Last night on the northern plains of Victoria near Pyramid Hill.
Three small flocks of WTNT seen over half an hour, totalling 20 plus birds,
seen heading south (migrating, not feeding), flying headlong into a strong
southerly wind at low altitude. A tick for my two kids!
All the Needltails I've seen from home here have been on the move (little
forest here to feed over) and on a number of occasions I've sighted them
heading south in the evenings into a head wind. A pattern or just
simon starr.

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